DUCKY shares Valentine’s Day EP, ‘I Still Believe In Love’ [Stream]

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DUCKY shares Valentine’s Day EP, ‘I Still Believe In Love’ [Stream]Ducky 1

DUCKY is aiding listeners in seeing the only red that matters this Valentine’s Day with her I Still Believe In Love EP.

The aptly titled, four-track EP arrives on through her own Quackhouse imprint. DUCKY’s painted persona washes over the tracks; her honeyed vocals serve as an animated focal point of the gamey, melodic dubstep project. Ducky recently shared “Day Zero,” the EP’s opening track, ahead of the full release this past January.

DUCKY’s production dexterity stretches from anthems in the hardcore realm to spaced-out experimental. She started DJing at the ripe age of 13, quickly becoming enraptured by LA’s sprawling club locales. In that time, she’s acquired auspicious releases with the likes of Insomniac and Nest, to name a few.

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Robotaki makes Foreign Family Collective debut, announces forthcoming EP

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Robotaki makes Foreign Family Collective debut, announces forthcoming EPRobotaki

Toronto-based producer, Robotaki, is adding his name to the menagerie of luminous talent ODESZA has hosted under their ever-growing Foreign Family Collective. His latest, “All I Can Do,” serves as Robotaki’s first official Foreign Family release.

With its languid, downtempo allure, “All I Can Do,” emulates the moody, retro synth struts of Tame Impala, alongside his own nuanced brand of hazy surrealism. The deceivingly detached vocal floats in and out of the forefront of the composition, all the while chugging towards the gradual realization that the relationship in question is officially doomed, ultimately giving way to emotional epiphany, embodied in the swirling synth bursts ensconcing the track’s latter half.

“All I Can Do” is the first track to usher in Robotaki’s Anachronism EP and coinciding North American tour. He’s also expected to join Big Wild and Mild Minds for a series of select live shows in Chicago, New York, Detroit, Portland, and more.

Robotaki Tour Dates

March 6 – The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA*

March 7 – The Observatory – San Diego, CA*

March 8 – The Novo – Los Angeles, CA*

March 9 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA*

March 10th – Age of Spades – Sacramento, CA*

March 13 – Arcata Theatre – Arcata, CA*

March 14 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR*

March 15 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR*

March 16 – Ballroom – Vancouver, BC*

March 20 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN*

March 21 – Turner Hall Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI*

March 22 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL*

March 23 – Majestic Theatre – Detroit, MI*

March 27 – Royale – Boston, MA*

March 28 – Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA*

March 29 – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC*

March 30 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY *

April 13 – Joy Theatre – New Orleans, LA ^

April 16 – Iron City – Birmingham, AL^

April 17 – The Mill & Mine – Knoxville, TN^

April 19 – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK^

April 23 – The Blue Note – Columbia, MO^

April 24 – Wooly’s – Des Moines, IA^

April 25 – Blue Moose Tap House – Iowa City, IA^

April 26 – Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH^

June 21 – Camp Nowhere – NRG Arena – Houston, TX &

June 22 – Camp Nowhere – Dos Equis Pavilion – Dallas, TX &

June 23 – Camp Nowhere – Austin360 Amphitheater – Austin, TX &

* = w/ Big Wild and Mild Minds

^ = w/ San Holo

& = w/ ODESZA

REZZ confirms new EP in the works

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REZZ has announced via Twitter that she is working on her latest project, an EP. After what seems like constant and coveted content from the Canadian export, one would expect a break after she was nominated again for The Juno Awards’ Electronic Album of the Year. but nope, just a few days later she took to Twitter to shine the light on her hypnotic and gravitational pull.

Her wall-to-wall touring over the past two years coupled with the success of Certain Kind Of Magic pulled in and transfixed fans. In just the last few months Spacemom has delivered a decadent remix of Porter Robinsons “Divinity,” ended the year by teaming up with Blanke to unleash their single “Mixed Signals,” and she even got her own Snapchat filter. Her momentum is truly monumental. REZZ’s consistency in staying true to her Twitter promises makes the announcement even more exciting.

The mau5trap mainstay’s gritty headbanging sound will grip festival headlines this year. There’s little to no doubt the tracks off of the EP will be familiar before anyone knows it. Be on the lookout for more info in regards to this project.

Sullivan King Returns To Kannibalen Records With New EP, The Demented

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Sullivan King has become a mainstay at Kannibalen Records with yet another epic EP release. The Demented has all of Sullivan King’s iconic sentiments – fusing metal and alternative with bass music. Although we see him bring it in the form of dubstep, Sullivan King dips into new genre territory here on top of what

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TruFeelz Drops New Melodic EP “Cycles”

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Midwest producer TruFeelz has recently dropped his new melodic EP “Cycles”. The EP consists of three tracks; “Enough 4 U”, “Every Day” and “Out Of Line”. The Denver resident, known for his bass-heavy tracks, brings a refreshing sound with “Cycles”. “Enough 4 U” is an up-tempo track with lyrics about the struggle of living up

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R3HAB & Jocelyn Alice Release ‘Radio Silence’ EP With New Mixes

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R3hab brings a new vibe with his new ‘Radio Silence’ EP. This EP features five remixes of the track from his sophomore album, ‘The Wave’. R3hab features emerging artists Ryan Riback, King Arthur, Rainer + Grimm, D-Wayne and Matthew Hill remixes on the EP. Each artist has added their own little flare and it’s great to see these emerging artists show

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KJ Sawka & Hi I’m Ghost Team Up For Epic EP On Kannibalen Records

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Bass music’s most iconic drummer KJ Sawka previously teamed up with Hi I’m Ghost for the release of “WAT” on Kannibalen Records. Now they’re all back in gear, this time with a full EP that includes their first epic outing. As you’d imagine, their project Misfits is a huge statement for all parties involved, kicking

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Ookay releases gargantuan bass EP, ‘NICE!,’ that is anything but just okay

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Ookay releases gargantuan bass EP, ‘NICE!,’ that is anything but just okayDa Black Swan For Insomniac 1 1

Ookay is quite the versatile producer, from his shocking heavy bass headings at the raucous Lost Lands festival to his  caressing melodies on the Billboard charts. The Marshmello collaborator, real name, Abe’ Laguna, just released his NICE! EP, the heavy-handed offspring of the producer’s darker side.

“Can You Hear Me” offers a cinematic entrance into bright lights and nervous temptations. Eerie synths drive the energy upwards into stark contrast of high and low-end frequencies. Call the party police on this one, because it’s primed to incite an urge to break stuff.

“IDGAF” gives life to Ookay’s effervescent party nature, presenting illusions of structure alongside absurd mayhem in a single keystroke. In quite a similar vein, “Pick It Up” is fun and jovial, showcasing the producers dancehall skills. “Revolution” revs its engine, running with a rock-styled center, placing the guitar front and center with anthem vocals and an electro-house drop that certainly wasn’t concocted in your grandma’s kitchen.

“STRUT” hails a finale intro and final walk-and-bow to the artistic energy unflinchingly exuded from Ookay. The exclamatory work, on the whole, is likely to warrant volatile dance moves from all ends, while demonstrating Ookay’s continued dedication to building his live performance, playing out his stage fantasy, and entertaining on a worldwide stage.

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First Listen: Anonymous producer SQUIRM launches an intergalactic adventure on debut ‘Traveller’ EP

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First Listen: Anonymous producer SQUIRM launches an intergalactic adventure on debut ‘Traveller’ EPSquirmn

Anonymity has become a powerful tool for artists in recent years, with artists like Sia and Marshmello hiding their faces and letting their work and collaborative outputs define their respective brands. However, few artists have used anonymity to define a completely new character with a narrative and a new world for listeners to explore. That is until SQUIRM veered off course and crash landed with a new five-track Traveller EP to introduce the enigmatic new project.

Word is that the mysterious new SQUIRM had established themselves under another moniker in the past, though the exploratory new guise comes with a fresh, experimental sonic aesthetic different from previous projects.

Traveller plays like a story — there’s a beginning, middle, and an end — teetering between floor-ready house, pulsing tech tropes, and 8-bit inspired electronica. Intriguing vocal accents carry the EP, which gradually sways from ambient moments to bubbly, shuffling breakdowns from front to back. The EP tells the first chapter in SQUIRM’s story, detailing the alien producer’s arrival and setting up the ensuing intergalactic thrill ride. It’ll be interesting to see where the mysterious SQUIRM goes from here — follow along as the story unfolds.

Lua. Brings Mellow Jazz to Electronic Music with Debut EP Blossom

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It’s hard to believe how far electronic music has and hasn’t grown in the last decade as its blast into the mainstream circa 2012. Much of the industry is full of the most captivating artists who are pushing the absolute limits of what sound can do, and others try and keep pace as they follow

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